Jobs and internships in green chemistry
Curious about what careers exist in green chemistry and what employers are looking for? Watch these webinars to learn more:
Check the Green Chemistry Innovation Forum's job board for jobs related to green chemistry.
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Green chemistry webinars for educators
Sign the Green Chemistry Commitment
Join the growing number of college and university chemistry departments (including Green River College and Pacific Lutheran University) signing the Green Chemistry Commitment. Institutions that sign the commitment agree to progressively incorporate green chemistry theory and practice into their chemistry programs. The Green Chemistry Commitment unites colleges and universities to build support for green chemistry in education. The site also offers lab exercises, case studies, and toxicology resources.
Green chemistry policy statement
The Green Chemistry & Commerce Council (GC3) has developed a policy statement that declares a need for universities and colleges to ensure that science and engineering students understand concepts like toxicity, lifecycle impacts, and market drivers for hazardous waste generation. Ecology has signed this policy statement along with other companies, such as Dow Chemical Company, Hewlett-Packard, and Nike.
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